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would like to thank Doris Fay and two anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments and suggestions. Abstract This paper examines age-related differences in work motivation in two samples of 9388 and 2512 individuals who completed a comprehensive motivation questionnaire (MQ, SHL, 1992) for selection or development purposes. In the first sample, age(More)
The authors describe 12 pregnancies in women with epilepsy using lamotrigine (LTG) monotherapy. A seizure increase in nine pregnancies was probably related to a gradual decline of LTG level-to-dose ratio to 40% of baseline. After delivery, LTG kinetics returned swiftly to baseline, causing toxic side effects in some women. Frequent LTG level monitoring and(More)
OBJECTIVE Critically ill patients often develop intensive care unit-acquired weakness. Reduction in muscle mass and muscle strength occurs early after admission to the intensive care unit (ICU). Although early active muscle training could attenuate this intensive care unit-acquired weakness, in the early phase of critical illness, a large proportion of(More)
Body surface potential maps were recorded from 120 electrode sites in 236 normal subjects and 258 patients with initial evidence of either anterior myocardial infarction (MI) or inferior MI to identify characteristic map patterns in both groups. After time normalization, averaged map distributions were displayed at 18 equal time intervals during both QRS(More)
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Keywords: Self-disclosure Social media Social recruiting Social exchange theory Self-efficacy Hyperpersonal computer-mediated communication a b s t r a c t Social media-based screening is a well-known practice to both recruiters and job seekers. Little is known, however, about how job seekers present themselves on social media, i.e. 'self-disclosure', for(More)
We easily use sport metaphors to talk about leadership and team spirit. But these don't fit everyday life of middle managers. Yes they play ball. But their ball, team members, adversaries, referees, field, rules, supporters change continuously. It's not easy to score in such a game… The three questions we address in this white paper are: 1) How exactly is(More)
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